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CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1955
Offices In Graham Memorial
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ARE UNC GRADUATES:
VICTOR BRYANT SR.
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MRS. ALBERT .LATHROP
. . . Wilmington
W. FRANK TAYLOR
. . . Goldsboro
MRS. CHARLES TILLETT
. . . Charlotte
By CHARLES DUNN
VSC Athletic Council reached no decision on tlie issue of renewing the $11,000
Mitract of Football Coach George Barclay ru its meeting last night in Woollen
miubicnt of any of the discus ion or of any plans for future meetings .was
Ilobbs, chairman , of the, Athletic Council, said after the meeting "the council's
r '-i ' deliberations were uncompleted"
and would make no comment on
est Campaign In
bond Day On Campus
fVoal Campus Chest Cam- .grate, the program. .Scheduled to ia;f 1
i : ? j 1 ; " - , ilully attended meetin
fits first Hav nf nurcnnil I innoor n tho nrrcrr!Tr n r A l;lpa. i
The number 17, which appear.-,
in the upper right hand corner of
today's Daily Tar Heel, is the to
tal" number of cases tried by the
Afen's Honor Council so far this
fall. '. .
Most of the cases have involved
two or more people, and some
have resulted in suspension of stu
dents, according tq the Men's
The discussions of Honor Sys
tem Week will get underway to-
niwht in th fratprnitips and men's
Director Chuck Erickson said only dormit0ries. A member of each
that the issue was "unfinished bus- fraternity will iead the discussions
'ness' ' to be held in the fraternities'
About the only direct statement chapter meetings tonight. The
about the meeting was made by first group of dormitory discus-
, Grady Pritchard, a member of the sions by outstanding athletes and
j council fxom Chapel Hill. All he Honor Council members will also
said "was that it was the most be held...
any of the action taken. Athletic
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EVEN DURING THE OFF-SEASON:
By GARLAND ATKINS
I am Kenan Stadium. , ,
The University takes good care of me for they , say I'm one of
its prized possessons.
It's a big job to keep me clean, too. I live in the cold, the rain,
snow and sleet and weather :
can be awfully rough on you.
II i 1 Ich
By FRED POWLEDGE
RALF.ICiH, Dec. ( (iov. Hodges today named nine
trusteesito retommeiul a president of the Consolidated l.'ni
Last nionth the Executive Committee of the Hoard oi
Trustees asked the Governor to
name the committee. The Execu-
its first day of personal
t'niversity Service, which
73 percent of the receipts,
resented on campus yes
jhen Jack Gleasor the
Joutheastern regional sec
kted UXC to offer sug
jrnd explain 'the WUS.
a said the WUS receives
ions from about 1,000
lieges and universities as
every major college and
jF in 39 countries. He
at the WUS is a program
j to self-help" the nations
je lacking in educational
ither 30 percent of the
from the campus chest
tto be divided equally be
pe Goettingen . Exchange
(and UNESCO and CARE
r wi!1 devote a program to
Jpus Chest Drive this eve
":30. John Riebel, asso
iPetary of the Y, will mod-
The following athletes will
speak tonight: Jim Beatty, Ay-
annpsr nn thp nrn?ram are Glea
- ' r---o : Ivears"
son: Curtis Dauchterv. chairman!-
of the chest's board of directors;! There were -strong indications cock, 10:30 p.m.; Bill Kirkman,
Miss Kathy Petrou, solicitation that' the meeting .was going', to; be'j Joyner, . 10:30; Roland Perdue,
chairman- Erhard Kantzenbach. a wide open affair. It had been in-: Alexander, 10:30; Jim Raugh,
dicated that a strong pro-Barclay , unmes, iu:u; rsuaay asser,
srouD would seek to renew the Lewis, 10:30;
contract, and would support him
with a vote of confidence. 'Other
axchange student from Coertin
gen, Germany; and Challie Iraiu,
from Assam, India, a province
currently assisted by the V.'US
'Wilson Shoulars, Cobb, 10:45;
Ed Sutton, Graham, 10:30; Jerry
Vayda, Everett, 10:45; Charlie
41, -tpt nnnfr hilt nn tlPr i "J ictuiiimtuu iio vwi... uvi ;
I lie Kicoicsv muu l' - -
Coach . Sam Barnes, Old West,
10:30, and Ray Jefferies, Battle-Vance-Pettigrew,
These speakers will each bo ac
companied by a member of the
capita will each be presented a renewed and that he be notified
l.rophy by the Board of Directors, immediately vi me ucumuu.
In the past the trophy went to The Athletic Council acts only
the group turning in the greatest; as an advisory committee. Any de-
rv.oft, will ho nut nn in 1 nsinn it reaches will be sent to
mnuuiii. v.!.-. . .Honor Council. The purpose of
i o ur l snowing now muiu ctu , wwulcuui aww-v a
group has contributed. j recommendation.. The decision on
Miss Petrou said she hoped to j the matter is the responsibility of
have a solicitor for every 10 or House.
12 students. She added that so- Barclay's three-year contract ex
hVitaHnn chairmen are the dorm. lpires Jan, 1. Barclay, a former Tar
fraternity and sorority presidents , Heel great as a player, succeeded ;
or someone appointed by them, j Carl Snavely when the latter's con- j
These chairmen will appoint their , tract was not renewed after the
(See HONOR, page 3) I
HONOR SYSTEM WEEK 2r
Then there is also the trash that
neonle leave with me when they
r come to see me.
But have a lot of friends
who keep me clean. They do a
good job, too. There is R. L. Hut
chins superintendent of main
tenance. He makes sure that I
am in good shape all year round.
He has 13 men working for him
who take care of me.
It takes a whole year to get
me looking spic and span for
the first football game in the
In the early sprng they put
.about 800 pounds of fertlizer on
my grass. When the grass starts
coming up they add more fer
tilizer. They keep the grass watered
tive Committee had accepted Presi-
ar.d cut short at first s,o it will j dent Gordon Gray's resignation at
spread. Later in the summer ! tne meetin2.
Five of. the members are grad-
they let it .get about two inches
long!' r -, ...;,.';.;;"..;;;' -, .
, Every other year 40 tons, of
clear sand is added to the grass
to open the pores in my soiL
This lets air and fertilizer get
deep down into the ground so
my grass will grow better.
About the first of August the
temporary bleachers are put up.
They hold about 20,000 specta
tors. Next the concession stands,
rest rooms and press boxes are
cleaned and opened. Then the
clock is put up and I'm all ready
for the first game.
They put white lines on my
face to make me pretty, and
(SeeSTADtUM, page 5)
uates" of "the 'University in Chapel
Hill. Two are from Woman's Col
lege, and two are graduates of
N." C. State College in Raleigh.
. Victor Bryant Sr., chairman,
from Durham; Kemp Battle, Rocky
Mount; Horton Doughton, States
ville; Mrs. Albert Lathrdp, Ashe
ville; Dr. Shahane Taylor, Greens
boro; Dr. Harvey Mann, Lake
Landing; Rudolph Mintz, Wilming
Bryant served as chairman of
a similar committee which recom
mended Gordon Gray for the presi-
'The best show Sound and Fury
has ever given" is the accolade
givn to the coming production
"Heaven Help Us" by Lew Sher
man, who, as one of the reorgan
izers of Sound and Fury in the
fall of 1954, has seen the group
W. Frank Taylor, Golds-j progress to its present standing,
and Mrs. Charles Tilled "Tr, ihp ripsirn tn -rivf. : antt
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show," he said, "'the cast, recent
ly, was learning lines whenever
possible. They have been rehears
ing and working, on sets until
dency in 1950. Bryant, a graduate 1 midnight 0r later.'
(See COMMITTEE, page 3)
T wo Basic Elements . . !
1951 football season.
jgiSLATORS SAY OTHERWISE:
Savs He II Stand
etc Until Overruled
f By .NEIL BASS
i'J consider my vetos as
f until the Student Coun
fs otherwise," President
f was referring to the'
i1 rais?d by some legis
cerning the "legality"
(approval of two bills
legislature in its
ehdu!ed for Gra-
;rii' oday include:
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! 3 Dm . r .. .
I s . r ' -n-nei, Grail
. P-m.; Coordinating
ir: 8-9 P.m.; ske,
4 B,Ker II
UZ nc Room- 2:30-4
nd Fury. Ren
" P.m.; Ceram-
. - wom o p.m.;
Nov. 10 meeting.
Several legislators contended
that Fowler waited longer than
the "10 days after passage"
stipulation in the student Con
stitution. Fowler blamed his de
lay in taking action on Legisla
ture Speaker Jack Stevens.
"Jack didn't put the bills on
my desk until Nov. 21," Fowler
The two bills Fowler vetoed
(1 A bill creating a biparti
san selections board for the
naming of editorship candidates
for The Daily Tar Heel.
(2) A bill creating a constitu
tional revisional commission to
suggest amendments to the
preseni student Constitution.
Fowler said he didn't like the
selections board bill because:
(1) "The selections board is a
farther step in removing the
power of selection from the
hands of the student body."
(2) "It (the board) denies po
litical parties their traditional
right to express their prefer
ence for editorship."
Defending his veto of the bill,
Fowler said: -
"Our present problem is to
create a sense of responsibility
on the part of the editorship
to the student body as a whole.
The editorship is no less the
servant of all the students than
any other ofiice in student gov
ernment." Fowler said his sole purpose
in vetoing the bill creating a
constitutional revisional com
mission was that the measure
had "no mention of a specific
."I am afraid" the revisions
"won't be ready" in time to
submit them to the Board of1
Trustees. in the spring. Fowler
"I would recommend comple
tion of the work by the second
.Wednesday in. February, 1956,"
Tom Lambeth, chairman of
the Publications Board, said
Thursday night he was positive
Fowler's 12 - day - after - passage
veto was opposed to the const i
' tutional stipulation.
"A meaningful and purpose
ful system should always include
two basic elements responsi
bility and benefit," said Roland
Perdue yesterday in connection
with the Honor System Wreek
"We here at Carolina benefit
from the Honor System. If and
when it ultimately' becomes a
true honor system, it will be due
to the fact that we also meet
the responsibilities which an
honor system must include," he
"Whether or not we meet the
responsibilities is a matter left
up to you and I as in indivi
duals and as students," he con
Perdue, a pre-ministerial stu
dent, is captain of the football
team , and a member of the Or
der, of the Grail.
Men's Honor Council In Action
'!LMen' cn0r EUncn above' is show" durin9 one of its working sessions. Left to right, the
ThSrZ frn,y VanS' Dn Hunti"3n, Tom Moore. Charles Katzenstein, clerk; Ogburn Yates.
HIT"- m ' GemS' Mebane P""hett Prk Hayes. The terms of Moore and Hayes
Exum Za m T membJer$ of the Councjl. chosen in the recent elections, are Dave Connor, Jim
Exum, Ned Meekins and Dock Perkins. '
Sherman added that the di
alogue is clever, witty and often
humorously risque. The eight
minute ballet runs from .square
dancing to ma in bo to "legitimate"
ballet. The long skirts, of the type
worn in the 19th century We-a,
come off when the dancing starts.
"The show is certainly worth
the students' 50 cents. The ca-,t
has worked hard and long and the
dancing, singing and acting is cer
tainly of professional quality," he
l said. '
The show will be held at Me
morial Hall on December 8 and
9 at 8 p.m. The price is 50 cents
for students and SI for others.
Tickets are on sale at the
YMCA, Graham Memorial, Kemp's.
Ledbetter-Pickard, Town and Cam
pus and at the door.
Sherman said "The people be
hind the scenes deserve thanks
for their work. Enveloped in the
Miss Carolyn Green, campus so
licitor for the Chapel Hill Junior
League's Empty Stocking Cam
paign yesterday urged all organi
zations who have not adopted a
family for the Empty Stocking
Fund to do so.
The Empty Stocking Campaign
is conducted each year at Christ
mas to help provide for needy
AH organizations, church groups,
neighborhoods, bridge clubs, sew
ing circles and individuals were j spirit of the show, , they
urged to call Mrs. Gordon B. Cleve- j freely of their time and efforts in
land at telephone 3656 before Dec. costuming, set and prop construc
12 and "adopt a family" by filling I tion and lighting."
a box with food, clothes and boys
and taking it to' the Institute of
Pharmacy at Rosemary and Church
Streets on or before Dec. 17.
Forty adoptions have already
been made, Miss Green said. Cam
pus organizations that have already
adopted families are Kappa Epsi
lon, Phi Gamma Delta, Beta Sigma
Phi, Phi Kappa Alpha, Nurses'
Dorm, Law Wives, Dental Dames,
Hospital Resident's, Sta'i Wive,
Spencer Dormitory, Sigma Chi,
Zeta Beta Tau, Mclver Dormitory,
Carr Dormitory, Zeta Psi and
Cash contributions, which will
be needed for unadopted families,
may be sent to The Chapel Hill
Weekly, where they will be made
payable to the Empty Stocking
IN THE INFIRMARY
Students in the Infirmary yes
Miss Marguerite E. Ward,
Miss Constance A. McMahcn,
A.iss Gloria A. Rothman, Fred
ric A. Burney, William A. Reid,
Kenneth C. Kennedy, Alexander
P. Thorpe III, Hasseli G. Mall,
Frederick P. frby, John D. Ma
son, William A. Diamcndures,
Patrick J. Leonard, Francis C.
Porcher, Mitchell P. Borden Jr.,
Francis R. Randolph, Kenntth
S. Hall and John F. Gcnelta Jr.